Four Boston- and New York-based comics. Check out their bios below.
Winter Spring Comedy Series
• Friday, January 18
• Friday, February 22
• Friday, March 22
• Friday, April 26
• Friday, May 31
• Friday, June 28
OUR HOST — MIKE DORVAL!
After a mere three months of performing, Mike won the NH Comedy Festival, defeating some of New England’s most established comics and he quickly climbed the comedic ranks to become one of the youngest headliners in Boston history. He’s been praised by the Boston Globe as “One of Boston’s Best.” Mike has been featured on Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots, starred in numerous TV commercials, and toured overseas for the USO. He has served as Comic In Residence at The Comedy Studio and is a favorite of the Boston Comedy Festival. He’s written and performed several one man shows which have had runs at the Charles Playhouse and Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.
JANUARY’S HEADLINER — Tim McIntire
Tim McIntire has been one of the most popular and prolific comedians in New England for years. His career has been eclectic — he’s hosted the Boston Music Awards, written for Nickelodeon, released two comedy albums, and been featured on NPR. And as one of the owners of Mottley’s Comedy Club, he helped give the next generation of comics a space to find their own comedic voices.
FEATURING — Amy Tee
“Not every crazy looks crazy,” says Amy, the comedian and motivational speaker who brings her boyish charm and dry wit to the stage with a storytelling style that shifts between stereotypes and reality. She delivers comedy with stigma-busting honesty. “I feel alive,” she says of the work. “I’m candid and exposed yet still fully clothed. Identified by the Boston Globe as a comedian to watch, and in Curve magazine as one of the “funniest lesbians in America,” Amy toured nationally and was a featured comedian in the film, “Laughing Matters — The Next Generation.” As an official IOOV (In Our Own Voice) Presenter for National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Amy proudly uses her comedy to serve as a mental wellness advocate. She remains a fixture on the comedy circuit, is a regular performer at the Boston Comedy Festival, and has been featured on Sirius XM Satellite Radio and the LOGO television network.
FEATURING — Zachary Brazão
Zachary Brazão began performing comedy in 2015 and has performed all over Boston, at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, the Cleveland Comedy Festival, and the Women in Comedy Festival. He was a finalist in the 2017 Boston Comedy Festival and performs regularly at The Comedy Studio, Laugh Boston, and Dick Doherty’s. Since coming in placing third in the 2018 Massachusetts Funniest Person Contest, he considers himself the Malden of Comedy. He is the cohost of the Series Finale podcast where he and other comedians watch the final episode shows they never watched.